Read this comic aloud, and it makes no sense

Mrs. Warklenurth spoke to the class. “Great job, everybody! Now, today’s homework is to do this sheet, but only the front! Okay, class dismissed!”

The children in Mrs. Warklenurth’s class were good, and had good memories too. So they remembered to do it, and they all did the front page of their homework sheet. The next day, the well-behaved children came into school, all expecting great grades.

“WHAT IS THIS?,” Mrs. Narklewurth shouted, “SOME KIND OF JOKE? I ASKED YOU KIDS TO DO THE BACK OF THIS HOMEWORK SHEET, NOT THE FRONT!”

Class went on, and the children were very sad. At the end of class, Mrs. Narklewurth said “OKAY, BRATS! DO QUESTIONS 10-20 IN YOUR BOOK OR YOU ALL GET AN F!”

The children completed the grueling assignment, knowing that they would get the utmost recognition for their efforts. The next day, Mrs. Warklenurth checked the papers. “Good job, kids, but you did the wrong questions. It was 1-9 for homework. Next time, check on the website.”

The disturbed children endured Mrs. Warklenurth’s class. At the end, she gave another homework assignment.

Later that day, as Mrs. W was leaving the school, she saw a lady who looked strangely similar to her. After a few seconds, however, she shrugged it off and went home.